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Discussion in 'Telecaster Discussion Forum' started by TeleCarlos, Jun 7, 2021.
One String Tree.
Looks like Vince's Telecaster has 2 Trees.
Whatever suits your fancy.
My preference is two but for no other reason than the only American Tele (an 83) had two.
This probably has been covered, but it seems the D string sounds better without a tree. I always have used one tree for the B/E, nothing on the G.
But I had one guitar that needed a tree on the G, and the triple string tree was the perfect solution.
don't count on it... headstocks are suicidal they are always trying to find a way to damage themselves...why my acoustic fell over in the shower the other day and the only thing that dinged was the neck of course..don't ask what it was doing in the shower, its a long story...
On my current no. 1, none. Staggered locking tuners.
these work well, put em on a couple guitars...
10 for 11$ - you can probably find them for less.. handy to have around the house.
I use a Reverend triple tree, which addresses the 'banjoitis' on the G.
I got a single round on my esquire and haven’t noticed anything to complain about. Not sure I buy the staggered tuner thing:
what I do know is that different guitars need different setups so whatever works and doesn’t offend your sense of style...
I can bear the butterfly style, i always use the round ones even on strats.
On my main Tele I prefer 2 Graphtech Black Tusq string trees.
The best of both. Staggered 18/1 Kluson Supreme tuners and a round string tree.
I bought the guitar used, and hated the tuners. It already had a round string tree. Got some of these tuners used and cheap and just love them.